More Voice. More Choice.

Vote YES on Question 2 to bring Ranked Choice Voting to Massachusetts elections. Cast your YES vote on or by November 3, 2020.

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Ranked Choice Voting is a commonsense change that would give voters the choice to rank candidates for office in the order they prefer them.

This simple change will give Massachusetts voters a stronger voice when we cast our ballots and ensure that our elected leaders have majority support.

Ranked Choice Voting is an important step to empower and re-energize Massachusetts voters at this critical time in our democracy.

It’s Simple.

Ranked Choice Voting is a commonsense change that would give voters the choice to rank candidates for office in the order they prefer them.

This simple change will give Massachusetts voters a stronger voice when we cast our ballots, and guarantee that our elected leaders are supported by a true majority. 

Ranked Choice Voting is an important step to empower and re-energize Massachusetts voters at a critical time in our democracy.

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Give Massachusetts voters a stronger voice.

It’s Simple.

Ranked Choice Voting is a commonsense change that would give voters the choice to rank candidates for office in the order they prefer them.

This simple change will give Massachusetts voters a stronger voice when we cast our ballots, and guarantee that our elected leaders are supported by a true majority. 

Ranked Choice Voting is an important step to empower and re-energize Massachusetts voters at a critical time in our democracy.

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Letter: Give ranked choice voting a chance, Massachusetts
By ANDREW BLOOM |  August 6, 2020 — To the editor: Following the largest and most successful referendum signature campaign in the history of the commonwealth, ranked choice voting will...
Yes on 2 – Ranked Choice Voting Initiative Unveils Honorary Campaign Co-Chairs
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It’s Official: Massachusetts Voters to Decide Ranked Choice Voting on November Ballot
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The most well-known benefit of RCV is ensuring that the winner of an election receives support from the majority of voters. This is critical in heavily contested elections.   By...

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More Voice, More Choice.

We need your help to give Massachusetts voters a stronger voice when we cast our ballots, and guarantee that our elected leaders are supported by a true majority.